Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Kamau Mshale
98 followers -
Artist Extradonaire
Artist Extradonaire

98 followers
About
Kamau's posts

Post has attachment

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
**
Tryin to get a racist fired.

Post has attachment

Post has attachment

Post has attachment

Post has attachment

Post has attachment

Post has attachment

Post has shared content
 
No matter how you look at the Black Panther Party, it was a powerful grassroots activist movement seeking to further the civil right’s of every American.

Black Panther Party, was an "All Power To All The People!” organization, whether you're black, white, blue, green, yellow, or polka dot. We believed in black unity, but only as a catalyst to help humanize the world. The Black Panther Party worked for self-determination and social justice for all people

The Black Panther Party sought to end racism and sexism. The Black Panthers were brothers and sisters. They fought alongside each other and it was an egalitarian subculture; much more so than mainstream America in the 60′s, when women were meant to be homemakers and live a mindless, obligatory existence for the sole purpose of serving others (husband and children).

In the subculture of the Black Panther Party and Black Liberation Movement during the era of the Civil Rights, the women had stature, presence and as much power as the men did in this movement (especially Angela Davis). These Black Panther women’s voices were heard, encouraged, and they said whatever the hell they wanted.  In these two cultures (white and black) which were world’s apart but co-existed in America during the Civil Rights Revolution, this positive aspect of the movement was often overlooked. Women in the Black Panther Party were fighting for women’s rights, and they were fighting with their voices, their passion to end inequity and to establish basic human rights. These women were an integral, critical influence in the feminist/women’s rights movement. These black women were at the dangerous activist forefront of establishing more freedom and rights for women of every color. And make no mistake, there were also white and brown women right by their sides.
 

All Power To All The People!
Bobby Seale

http://bobbyseale.com/

=======

#blackpanthers #blackhistory #blackpantherparty #bobbyseale

====
PhotoPhotoPhotoPhotoPhoto
2014-05-10
7 Photos - View album
Wait while more posts are being loaded